NCAA Division I Men’s Championships: Miami’s Samuel Dorman Sets NCAA Meet Record to Win 3-Meter

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Miami’s Samuel Dorman posted an NCAA meet record effort to win the men’s three-meter diving title at the NCAA Division I Men’s Championships.

Dorman turned in a tally of 529.10 to become the first man to break 500 points at the NCAA championships in this six-dive version of the three-meter event.

Stanford’s Kristian Ipsen posted a 520.40 to win the three-meter event at the Pacific 12 Championships earlier this month for the previous NCAA record.

Dorman won Miami’s seventh three-meter diving title, and first since Reuben Ross in 2008.

Miami wins:

1980 Greg Louganis, Miami (Fla.), 608.10
1993 Dean Panaro, Miami (Fla.), 647.95
1996 Chris Mantilla, Miami (Fla.), 648.00
1997 Tyce Routson, Miami (Fla.), 643.10
1998 Bryan Gillooly, Miami (Fla.), 631.40
2008 Reuben Ross, Miami, 466.80

Michael Hixon, the 2014 champion, took second with 492.40 points, while Stanford’s Kristian Ipsen placed third with 482.75 points.  Ipsen had won the 2012 and 2013 titles.

  1 Dorman, Samuel      Miami (FL)         426.60     529.10C        20  
  2 Hixon, Michael      Indiana            494.90     492.40         17  
  3 Ipsen, Kristian     Stanford           476.65     482.75         16  
  4 Connor, James       Indiana            496.80     471.70         15  
  5 Chandler, Will      Texas              428.65     471.35         14  
  6 McKean, Fraser      Auburn             399.25     442.35         13  
  7 Stone, Liam         Tennessee          401.65     427.90         12  
  8 Robles Rodrigue     Tennessee          419.30     422.45         11
  1. Texas                             377   2. California                        249
  3. Florida                           181   4. Michigan                          180
  5. Southern Cali                     157   6. Georgia                         138.5
  7. Alabama                           127   8. Stanford                          124
  9. Auburn                            117  10. Arizona                          91.5
 11. Missouri                           82  12. Tennessee                          78
 13. Indiana                            76  14. NC State                         70.5
 15. Louisville                         66  16. Ohio St                            64
 17. UNC                              49.5  18. Miami (Fl)                         49
 19. Purdue                             29  20. Penn St                            20
 21. Brigham Young                      15  22. Georgia Tech                       14
 23. Wku                                13  24. Univ of Utah                     12.5
 25. Unlv (M)                           12  26. Florida St                         11
 27. Wisconsin                          10  28. Virginia Tech                       9
 29. Virginia                            8  30. South Carolina                      7
 31. Notre Dame                          5  32. Texas A&M                         4.5
 33. Minnesota                           4  34. Southern Methodist University       2
 34. Northwestern                        2

2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships, Live Results – Results

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Jason Marsteller is the general manager of digital properties at Swimming World. He joined Swimming World in June 2006 as the managing editor after previous stints as a media relations professional at Indiana University, the University of Tennessee, Southern Utah University and the Utah Summer Games.

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